Lecture9 - Chem 1P Lecture 9: Organic compounds Midterm I...

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Unformatted text preview: Chem 1P Lecture 9: Organic compounds Midterm I Friday October 22 PSLH 100 @ 2 pm All material covered thus far (Chang Chapters 1-2) Next Wednesday: in-class Review Session Midterm I Friday October 22 PSLH 100 @ 2 pm All material covered thus far (Chang Chapters 1-2) Next Wednesday: in-class Review Session Next Tuesday: practice exam posted Organic molecules, covalent bonds Chang Section 2.8 Organic chemistry Friedrich Wohler made urea in 1828. I cannot, so to say, hold my chemical water and must tell you that I can make urea without needing to have kidneys, or anyhow an animal, be it a human or a dog. heat NH 4 + - OCN Ammonium cyanate (inorganic) H 2 N NH 2 C O Urea (organic) Chang Section 2.8 Why carbon? Carbon makes strong bonds to itself and other elements. It can form many different structures, including rings and chains. Chang Section 2.8 Alkanes Chang Section 2.7 Common bonding patterns These patterns often occur in organic molecules....
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Lecture9 - Chem 1P Lecture 9: Organic compounds Midterm I...

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